Hillary's bumpy book roll out leads to drop in polls

Paul Bedard:
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s fumbles and bumbles in the rollout of her latest memoir, “Hard Choices,” has knocked the wind out her easy sail to the White House and put her support in key 2016 presidential election matchups below 50 percent for the first time.

At a time when she should be padding her lead over the top Republican contenders, her underwhelming effort has cut her numbers, said pollster John Zogby.

In his latest Zogby Analytics survey taken June 27-29, for example, her commanding leads over former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie have shrunk greatly and she doesn’t even receive 50 percent of the vote. Worse, her support among married and wealthy voters has plummeted.

Zogby told Secrets, “Even more than her dwindling leads over GOP contenders is that while she is pretty much running against herself, in a very high profile book tour, she is losing ground. Her biggest problem I have always felt is the inevitability factor. It help do her in in 2007-2008 and right now looks to be her major nemesis. She has this whole playing field to herself and is declining in the polls.”
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I think it is more than just her book tour.  Her foreign policy is unraveling before our eyes and she can't avoid responsibility for the mess she and Obama created.   Her answers about the Benghazi attacks are unsatisfactory.  Democrats seem to always do worse among married voters.  They are become the party of single people.

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